The Historic Valley Ford Hotel built in 1864 and updated with modern amenities and luxury bedding at competitive rates. Built by the Rein family in 1864 to provide lodging for coastal travelers, the Valley Ford Hotel has seen stagecoaches, the North Pacific Coast Railroad and now Coast Highway One roll across it's doorstep.
Situated one hour north of the Golden Gate Bridge, the inn is a convenient hub for coastal exploration. Surrounded by Tomales Bay, Sonoma Coast Wine Country, Bodega Bay, Point Reyes, Dillon Beach, the Russian River and Redwood Forests, a variety of day trips lie before you. Alternatively one could simply take in a book from one of the rocking chairs on the front porch and call it a day.
Hotel rooms feature high thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, fluffy pillows, cozy bathrobes and oversized bath towels to make you feel right at home. Our on-site restaurant and bar, Rocker Oysterfeller's Kitchen + Saloon serves up farm to table soul food and hand crafted cocktails Thursday through Sunday.
Exterior Entrance to Rooms
Number of rooms or units: 7
Lodging Price Range:
$$ - $105-150
$$$ - $151 - 200
By saltwaterwolf - on Mar 01, 2020
We decided to take a quick coastal getaway as we headed towards the annual Doran Beach Cleanup
We stayed at the Ford Valley Hotel the night before the cleanup. Cozy hotel, with six rooms, no TV, but WiFi and continental breakfast. It's a very small town that rolls up the carpets early, but...
This was my 3rd stay here, but my first time in room#5. Ugh, so glad I brought good earplugs, it was very loud even after they closed. Room 2 and 3 were much quieter so if you are a light sleeper ask...
Brandon and his staff are absolutely amazing! The food is INCREDIBLE at their restaurant and the hotel is adorable, very clean, and super relaxing. You can sit on the porch and enjoy a glass of wine...